ADU-CITX | ISBN 978-1-933147-49-9 | Softcover | 430 pages
Citizens of the World: Readings in Human Rights, Expanded Edition
This expanded edition of Citizens of the World is a comprehensive anthology for readers interested in how the concept of human rights has developed throughout history. Selections ranging from memoir and fiction to legal and historical documents help readers understand how abstract concepts such as the rule of law, freedom, and human dignity have evolved. The discussion questions accompanying each selection will stimulate vibrant and meaningful dialogue.